Japan Study as a Public Good in Asia
|著者名||Lin Huang (Author), Jin-wen Song, Kijeong Nam, Benjamin Wai-ming Ng, Qiu-ju Wang, Yong-Feng Xing, Ikaputra, Mei Huang (Contributor)|
|タイトル||『Japan Study as a Public Good in Asia』|
This book describes and clarifies how certain problems can be resolved in Japan and Asia. For the future, the focus should be on Japan, which can provide “common knowledge” as a public good. The book collects the results of researchers in Japan, China, South Korea, and Indonesia on declining birthrates and aging, rapid technological innovation and societal changes, and recovery from natural disasters.
Chapter 1 covers Japanese social welfare system reform and transformation of social governance. Chapter 2 deals with the decreasing birthrate and national security. Chapters 3 to 5 discuss three aspects of the impact of modern technology on Japanese society. Chapter 6 and 7 include the research results on recovery from the earthquake disasters in Indonesia and East Japan.
Through reading this book, the increasingly necessity to capture Japanese studies in Asia as a public good can be understood. The authors believe that sharing of knowledge as a public good is of great help in solving problems for the future.
Chapter 1 Japanese Social Welfare System Reform and Transformation of Social Governance
Chapter 2 Aging Population, Decreasing Birthrate and National Security: Searching for the Possibility of Cooperation Between Japan and Korea
Chapter 3 The Impact of Modern Technology on Japanese Studies
Chapter 4 Social Technology Research in Japan as a Public Good
Chapter 5 The New Overseas Chinese in Japan: What Case Studies Tell Us
Chapter 6 People with Different Abilities and Disaster—Lessons Learned from Jogjakarta, Post-earthquake 2006–2016
Chapter 7 The Effectiveness of Advertising Media Channels in Encouraging Travel to a Post-disaster Destination: A Case in Japan